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Chanel Terrero’s life changed completely when she won the Benidorm Festwhere the chosen representative of Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 2022which was held in Turin, Italy and in the final won by Ukraine and the Cuban-Spanish was in third place. However, the singer has a much longer career before the release of “SloMo”.
Terrero is a dancer and actress who was born in Havana, Cuba on July 28, 1991. He lived a short time on the island, because his family he moved to Spain when he was just four years old, specifically to Barcelona. Her name Chanel is thanks to her mother, who is a fan of designer Coco Chanel and decided to give it this name in his honor.
From the age of 9, she began singing, dancing and acting classes at the Royal Academy Of Dance. At that age she learned mainly ballet, jazz and rhythmic gymnastics. Additionally, she studied with expert dancers from Spain such as Coco Comín, Víctor Ullate or Glòria Gella.
At the age of 16 began his artistic career in musical theaterin which he has participated in productions in Spain such as “The Lion King”, “The Bodyguard”, “Flashdance” and “Mamma Mia!”among many others.
On the other hand, on television he has acted in important series such as “The secret of the old bridge”, “Medical center” and “The continental”as well as in movies like “The Last Winter”, “The King of Havana” and “Brain Drain 2”.
As a dancer, she has participated in presentations such as Shakira’s at the 2010 MTV Europe Music Awards and in the video clip “Giants” by Ruth Lorenzo. “SloMo” is her debut as a singer.
Chanel Terrero has already finished her work with Eurovisionbut he already knows what his first job will be after the festival. He will participate in the musical theater play “Malinche”, by Nacho Cano, former member of Mecano, in which she will be the protagonist and will be released on September 15.
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